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of people. >> we're arthritis advocates and the active agents in supple, they've fast become the most used, best-selling joint rebuilding agents of all time. 13 million people are using these all over the world for safe, significant and complete relief, complete relief from all their joint problems. there's no question that supple works. >> and now you're seeing these kinds of results because there's a direct connection between the root causes of joint pain and the lack of core building blocks that your body needs to function properly. >> but it's not just joint pain. >> ok. >> it's also bone pain and muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too. all these things are linked to a common nutritional deficiency that's affecting, possibly, 77 percent of our entire population. >> so is this why you changed the original supple formula? >> it is. by just adding nutritional building blocks identified in a new medical breakthrough, we can help significantly more people end bone pain, muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too, for the entire population, all these people that are suffering from
waiting for you. >> we've been waiting for you guys. so excited you're able to watch us. >> watch us drink in the morning. >> yes. >> okay, anyway, we have to go on record saying we were wrong about "the voice." >> oh, were we. i wonder why? >> here's the thing, there were six singers left yesterday and both of us were called upon to choose which one would be eliminated. only one was going to be eliminated last night, and after a lot of rigger ma role, we both thought we liked her, but amber carrington from team adam was ready to go. this was amber's moment. >> i have the name of the next person advancing to the semifinals. let's get to it. amber carrington from team adam! and adam is relieved. america keeps her in the game. amber moves on. >> i love you. i love you. oh, i love you. >> okay. >> little love fest happening. >> something special happening. >> now we're going to choose again. it came down to the swan brothers, who you saw. and holly tucker. both from team blake. we're going to watch a couple of segments. please, don't speak. ♪ ♪ >> okay, of those two, who do you think? >>
state to a cooked state very quickly and using the nuwave oven, you come out with a product that is safe for the consumer, great-tasting every time. you'll love it. >> joe: i'm in heaven! [laughs] >> heidi: now, lten, joe, this is every meal of the day. >> all cooked in the nuwave. >> all cooked in the nuwave, plus more. we'll start with breakfast... >> you're doing quiche, eggs and cinnamon rolls all together. >> here's at i'm doing: cinnamon rolls, exactly, right on the top, the quiche and the hard-boiled gs on the bottom. [joe chuckles] o.k.? also we've got waffles we can do, sausage, bacon, bagels... all right, let's come on down here, we'll go to lunch. >> o.k. >> my kids' favorite: fries, burgers... >> burgers. >> pizza's an all-time favorite. >> all right, shalwe move on? >> let's go to dinner, and i have a little interest in this. you know i'm not a cook pese. >> right. >> when you buy the nuwave oven, you get this: this is the nuwave oven cookbook. >> and you just said something very important. >> what's that? >> i think for a lot of people, th always say, "i can't cook." >> loo
full reins to the gym. any time there is not anything going on, she can use it. >> ajaia came up with clinics to make it more fun and rewarding. >> i made up the roll ups. the t-shirts, the logo. they benefit coming in not really knowing what is going to happen. they learn little things about hitting, it's really fun. have actually worked about special education resourceo spread the word. >> really do. that's what i really hope for. when people are happy, i'm happy. >> even when she is happy, she still has to coordinate her hectic everyday schedule. >> the school for homework and going to movies with friends and that kind of things. ajaia is a good student academically and is accepted into a good competitive high school. it's hard with tournaments and the volleyball schedule, her contract with academics, but she does it. >> it's important to me because it keeps me healthy. it keeps me on track. it's also very fun sport for me. >> volleyball is not only a sport that has transformed her body, it has transformed her personality in a certain way as well. >> when i first started, i wa
in rockefeller plaza. >>> we look tough in that. >> don't mess with us. we have handcuffs. it's booze day tuesday. it's june 18th. and we've got something special in store for you. we're going to find out along with the rest of you, right? we're going to show you how to be safe in your life. >> i think we've been hearing a lot about people whose identities get stolen and there are things that you can do to help prevent that. i wonder every time i'm online shopping i have to say, because i buy dresses online and things. >> i know you do. you do everything there. >> yes. i actually even bought online on amazon.com a cone. you know, one of those cones like the traffic cones. >> why? >> because blake likes to use those. >> likes to use those to what? >> to -- >> to potty on? >> yes. >> so i got it to put -- >> he's 6 months old and he already has a fetish? >> i put it on the balcony. the cone. >> oh, that's smart, hoda. >> he'll use it. i bought it on amazon. you can buy anything. but i do wonder. >> that cone will probably come in really candy for other things as well, hoda. >> oh! >> we're going to
>>> good morning. shut down. nearly two dozen embassies are closed down in muslim world as the u.s. and allies try to stop a feared terrorist attack. we are live with new information on where the threat is coming from and who is the target. >>> out of nowhere, a speeding car crashes on a busy venice beach board walk. killing one and injuring dozens other. it was caught on surveillance video. >>> remember john palmer. one of the greatest journalists has passed away. fond memories of the colleague and a friend, today, august 4, 2013. >> >>> and> welcome to "today" and welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm erica hill. >> i'm lester holt. alongside jenna wolfe and dylan dwyer. i remember being on assignment in washington and meeting palmer for the first time. a little bit in awe and then immediately he was so disarming and that's how well a remember him today. >> such an incredible journalist. but by all accounts what really made him a wonderful person was the fact that he was just such a good guy and so kind to everyone. >> we look forward to sharing more of his life coming u
, my gosh. okay. that's a crowd. oh, i guess it's time for us to get out. i might need a hand. how's everybody? oh! oh! you know what, they know how to party in charleston. oh, my word. well, well, well. you know what i want to say, hoda? >> what? say hey y'all. ready? one, two, three. hey, y'all! hi, guys. so good to be here in gorgeous charleston, south carolina. we thought it was very, very important that we wore hats so we would fit in. >> that's right. that's right. thank you for all wearing your corsets. you like my hat? let's focus for a minute. i love your hat. we want to thank the beautiful ladies at phillips hats. i have a bone to pick with phillips. a tiny bone to pick. i like hats. i enjoy wearing hats. >> if don't you can find that fits. >> there was not a hat to fit my head. i had to have one of these because my head apparently is the size of willard scott. >> a large pump kip, but you look beautiful in it, hoda. absolutely. we love it and you are beautiful. we are coming to you from a wild and crazy school called the college of charleston. oldest college in south car
've had a fun, fun, fun two weeks. the l.a. tourism board has been off the hook terrific to us. and the folks here at universal city have been great, too. and there is a reason we have a mariachi band. because you know what today is? national margarita day. of course it is. so we have a margarita. >> these are our personalities. >> what? one of them is sweet and one is a little saucy. >> yeah, yours is jalapeno because you're spicy and mine is a love pinella because i'm sweet. >> i think they got them mixed up. >> i don't think so. anyway, the mariachi band is from comachi cantina. and if you're local, you know tom, one of the city council members of los angeles. wave your hand. >> how are you, baby? this is beautiful right here. >> what's in it? everything good is in that hot dog. tell them i sent you. they're a very special family. >> thank you. what else you got? >> this is from the hollywood sign. let's give to the monastery. and officially here, a certificate of welcome, hoda, right there. from the mayor and city council. >> oh, my god. thank you. >> our sister city map. b
. defense secretary chuck hagel saying today the u.s. military is ready to act if ordered to do so by the president. he says all options are being considered at this point. we are live in the region with new development. >> plus, we'll take you to an emotional memorial service that was held saturday for the mother and brother of kidnapped teen hannah anderson. >> tough one there. we'll bring you the very latest on that. and also, i'm not sure if you've heard these statistics, but it's actually more difficult to get into than harvard, that is the storied nbc page program, a launching pad for a number of successful careers. we this morning are celebrating 80 years of the page program. lester wasn't allowed to wear that uniform until we did this segment a couple weeks ago. we'll show you how we suited up. >> also rocked that. >> that was fun. >>> first, tom castello's got the very latest. tom, good morning. >> reporter: carl, good morning. it's now one of the biggest fires in california history. 6600 residents are under evacuation advisories, advisories, not orders. meanwhile the fire
originally planned. it was the last hurdle remaining before any kind of u.s. strike which could come in a matter of hours. >> that means tensions it ratcheting up at this point. validity mir putin this morning saying if it happens, it will be "extremely sad." >> we have a team of correspondences covering it for us from the united states plan of attack to the potential risks and fallout from the action from the rest of the world. we'll begin with the latest on the u.s. response so far. jim miklaszewski live at the pentagon for us. good morning. >> good morning. from a military standpoint with the u.n. inspectors all out of syria now, that does indeed clear the battlefield for any possible military strikes. all the military pieces are in place. the u.s. military forces couldn't be more ready. all they're waiting for is the order interest president obama. five guided missile destroyers in the eastern med loaded with as many as 50 tomb map hawk missiles each. we're told all the potential targets have been downloaded into those missile warheads. those targets would include the command and
of people are going to be excited because we have a huge cast on with us today. >> talk about interesting. >> it is the cast -- >> i am so excited to meet them. >> it is the cast of "duck dynasty," a&e's show. they are from west monroe, louisiana. they are these incredibly wealthy guys who became wealthy because they came up with the duck calls for hunting. and these guys, there's a period of time during duck hunting season where they never bathe. >> how long is that? >> i think it goes weeks. >> they are out there with the ducks and one another, everybody stinks, they don't come home. >> they do come home. they hang their clothes, leave them dirty and soiled and leave them and put them back on, because the warmth of all of that stuff -- >> that has collected over the -- >> yes, and they keep wearing them. >> what? yes, i shall remain nameless. >> i rewear my dresses, is that what that means? >> do you get them dry cleaned in between? >> yes, and i like to wear clothes. >> we're going to play a game called "who's older." >> this is in honor of your birthday. >> what birthday would that be
wrong apparently. >> all right. so jimmy fallon was talking about us yet again. >> gosh. >> anyway -- >> anything to do with that stuff. >> it's a pros and cons segment. >> let's see what he said. >> tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of shark week. pro sharks can smell a drop of blood from over a mile away. con, kathie lee and hoda can do the same thing with merlot. that is a gift. it's an amazing gift. >> so i just sent over baby gifts to jimmy. >> to winnie? >> to winnie rose. >> i bet she's adorable. >> congrats to him. >> we had pictures taken yesterday. >> yes, we did. you're right. >> our least favorite thing to do in the world and pretty much everybody knew it at the time. >> we have an entire "today" show staff as you know and cast. and it's a lot of people. so that's us. but there were actually all seven of us. >> there we are. >> we were outside on the plaza snapping pictures for promos. and -- >> i leaned on al roker. >> yes. >> that was a fake smile. that's real. >> that was real. >> so i don't know why we showed you that. probably bored you as much as
. amazing you're with us -- >> it's raining. but here's the good news. we're all happy inside studio 1a because three days and counting. ♪ >> do you know what that means? >> three days until we celebrate kathie lee's big birthday. not a little birthday. a big one. all week long we are going to be celebrating. we're counting down. look at how the party's getting larger. >> look how excited everybody is. >> today we have two balloons. >> hey, don't put that number up >> no, we're allowed. >> what is that number? >> look what's happening -- look at the picture. you're boobs are hanging lower and so are -- >> what about my butt? you got to make that wider, too. if you're going to do it, do it. you know? >> it's close to your birthday. you yesterday challenged me to something. the challenge was that if i -- if i say the word -- and i'm going to say it once for the rules -- >> okay. >> 60 -- >> uh-oh! >> every time i say that -- >> sorry. >> we have lined up several little mini drinks we like to call them. i'll do one every time i accidently say that word. >> you've already said it. so go.
>>> good morning. high alert. new details on the threat linked to al qaeda that is forcing the u.s. government to take a rare step closing multiple u.s. embassies around the globe. how long could it last? facing evil. i can for give you, but i will never forget. >> castro beginning his life sentence after one of the young women who survived confronts him. the emotional day in court and the first look inside that cleveland house of horrors. >>> the cross of christ. has a crucial piece of history been found? today, august 2nd, 2013. >> live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i am savannah guthrie. >> matt is on assignment, and so are a lot of other people, because i am here. >> yes, you are here. always good to have you. >> a little stubl. >> a little edge in the morning. good morning, mom. >> we have a great show for somebody who comes from "the voice." there's a great show. they are ready. we're going to start with a drastic move by the state department. they have ordered the shut down of multiple u.s. embassies
lola. yo, lola, hoda, occasionally. >>> the united states of aging. maybe it's the us. i get those confused. >> there is a big survey out there. one of the questions we're asked a lot is does age bring wisdom. i think it is a no-brainer. the older you get, the more you know. >> wouldn't you think? >> well, according to the national council on aging, they surveyed 4,000 adults and their views on aging. this is hard to believe -- more than 60% is that right? >> yeah. >> 9% -- which is different than 60%. only 9% of those surveyed said that people over the age of 60 are wiser. >> i think -- yeah. now were they older people that were asked or any age that were asked because -- >> older. >> they might have asked older people who have dementia. and so -- that happens. it happens. so we have to understand who they actually asked. >> nobody asked me. >> do you feel like you are wiser? >> oh, my gosh, what's the point it if you're not. >> no, i agree. >> at a certain point that's all you pray for is, lord, make me wiser. >> you know what i do miss? i do miss when you get a little more skept
you're with us. yeah, it's raining. >> here's the good news. we are all happy inside studio 1a. three days and counting. >> do you know what that means? three days until we celebrate kathie lee's big birthday. not the a little birthday. a big one. all week long we are going to be celebrating and counting down. look at how the party is getting larger. >> look how excited everybody is. hey! don't put that number up! >> we're allowed. >> what is that number? >> look what's happening here. look at the picture. your boobs are hanging lower and your arms. >> what about my butt? make it wider. if you're going to do it, do it. >> it's close to your birthday. you challenged me to something yesterday. >> yes. >> the challenge was that if i say -- [ pop ] >> what? >> if i say the word -- i will say it once for the rules -- sixty. >> uh-oh. >> every time i say that -- >> sorry. we have lined up several little mini drinks we like to call them and i'll do one every time i accidentally say that word. >> so you already said it. go. >> no. i was saying the rules. i want people at home to help me figur
never been happier. >> forgive us if we're not excited, the question going round the office is -- >> doesn't it affect her instagram. >> like when she posts stuff like this and this and this. >> as a married woman it will be harder to be -- >> sexy, slutty. >> a fondling look back. a fond look back. ♪ ♪ >> sad day, sad day. not for you, dusty. well done. now golf back to the golf course and work on your putts. >> we all will. >> i got ben mclemore. making money now, do you have to shop at thrift stores? >> absolutely. >> i go, i bring up a question, it's kind of weird. how long do you brush your teeth for? is there an average? >> i have white teeth. >> very good teeth. >> two minutes. >> i wish i had the patience to do that. >> how long are you supposed to brush your teeth for? >> i could do better. maybe 45 to a minute and a half. >> i tell him, i used to date a girl, when she was done brushing her teeth, she would gag on it. that's how you knew she was, like, done. he goes i do the same thing. [laughter] >> she had a clean mouth. that's all i care about. [laughter] >>
? >> is that chartreuse? if you know, let us know if that's chartreuse. i match hoda every day. >> i thought chartreuse was pinkish. >> that's what i thought. >> that's yellowish. thirsty thursday, everybody. it's august 1st. that's the good news and the bad news is we're to thursday. the bad news, august is here. >> one more solid month of summer and that's it. >> but that's okay because -- >> why? >> because simon cowell is going to be a daddy. daddio. >> good news and bad news. >> he has -- >> i guess is the way you say it. >> both new york papers. the interesting thing isn't so much that he was with a girl and she's pregnant. it's that the girl happens to be one of -- >> one of his friend's wives. and apparently they're separated and have been separated for a while. did you hear that or no? >> i hear some people are saying they have been separated for a while. other people saying no, they just recently separated when the husband found out. that's andrew silverman, her real estate developer husband. so i don't know which is true, hoda. i just work here. >> of course you do. but you know the news. wh
today. that's a look at the crash. we'll see you tomorrow. >>> good morning, shut down, the u.s. government extends the closure of embassies around the world and adds new ones to the list based on a terror threat that is significant and real and being called the most serious since 9/11. >>> decision day, major league baseball set to suspend alex rodriguez through 2014. the announcement coming in just a few hours. so why will he be back on the field tonight? >>> and the $332,000 burger. it's the world's first beef created entirely in a lab. but would you eat it? the man behind it tells us how it tastes today. monday, august 5th, 2013. >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to today on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm savannah guthrie along side natalie morales. >> clearly the u.s. intelligence officials are taking these threats very, very seriously. this morning we're learning more about where they're coming from. >> let's get right to richard engle in cairo for us t
, but -- >> this friday, everybody. >> i have other plans. so this was all of us sitting around at go fish having -- >> which is one of your favorite places. >> we did -- that was the birthday dinner night. >> both irwins are here. >> yes. >> she calls her brother and sister irwins. >> we sang "happy birthday." because you aren't allowed to show it -- >> you'll just have to take their word for it. so let's just watch it. and we dubbed in other music. ♪ happy birthday happy birthday to you ♪ ♪ happy birthday >> that's even better. >> your favorite kind of cake? >> it was delicious and it had trick candles. >> anna, go help her. go help her. >> one of those kinds. good for ella. where the heck is ella? they light again. they light again. >> did that just -- they just kept lighting. everyone was so excited. anyway, my sister is here with some of her friends. >> irwin. >> irwin's in the house. >> hi, sweetie. they've come to see new york. we're happy that they are all with us. >> actually, they came to see if history is going to be made and bud selig at the major league baseball is going to sus
upstairs. >> very sweet. >> nice to have you with us. we are in a different space because we're renovating studio 1a. we're upstairs this morning, spend morgue time outside with friends on the plaza. that's why we're in a different space this morning. >> we want to begin with breaking news. egyptian security forces reportedly storming a cairo mosque this morning. target, deporters of the deposed president. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. a tense situation developing here this morning in cairo. outside a mosque, hundreds of supports of the ousted president morsi, who had been involved in the clashes yesterday, many wounded, barricaded in the mosque overnight and into the early hours. outside, police, military, civilians surrounded the mosque trying to bring supporters of the ousted president outside. but they've refused and that has led to a tense stand-off. one point, police could be seen firing at mosque structure and they say they were doing so in response to gunshots fired from the mosque. also at one point fired tear gas into the mosque to try to force those who have been barr
working there. as you know, the span is shut down for tuesday. we appreciate you being with us this morning. back at 7:26 with our first local news update. >> have a great morning. >>> good morning. breaking news overnight. escalating tension over possible u.s. military action in syria. now russia is moving warships to the region as top members of congress meet with white house officials today to hear proof that attacks would be justified. >>> sleepless in america. a new study reveals millions of americans are relying on prescription sleeping pills. why one expert calls it an epidemic. >>> and "today" exclusive -- mike tyson gets honest with matt about his latest battles with addiction, thoughts of suicide, and the demons that still haunt him. >> i need help. i need help real bad. i won't survive if i don't get help. >> matt's candid and revealing conversation with the former heavyweight champ today. thursday, august 29th, 2013. >>> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a thursday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm willie geist along with tamron and al. matt's be
house. they're still crafting the exact language, u.s. officials are in this case. be very clear. this is not the result the obama administration wanted in this case. for the last several months, they have been pressing, they have been pressuring the kremlin to expel edward snowden from that country because there's no extradition treaty between the u.s. and russia. in many way, their hands are tied. the president said i'm not going to scramble jets for a 29-year-old hacker. you heard from jim maceda saying just last week attorney general eric holder sent a letter to his counterpart in russia demanding that snowden be returned to the u.s. and a u.s. official told us just a couple of days ago, savannah, it would be, quote, quite disappointing if mr. snowden were allowed to leave the airport. savannah? >> up to this point, it seemed like russia, putin in particular, was trying to walk the line. now we have this happen. you've got the g-20 summit next month in russia. do you expect the president still to go? will it be any affect on that trip? >> it certainly remains to be seen. it i
it can damage your hair. >> the weaves and stuff? >> yes. my mother used to always, god love her, before the school pictures were taken, always she'd give me a haircut and she'd -- she would -- >> bangs -- >> they'd be here. and they would not be straight. or else they'd be super straight. it was like one or the other. every picture of me as a little kid -- >> you looked -- >> yeah. >> did you hate it? >> i told her not to drink before she cuts my hair. she knows i'm teasing her. >> all right. well, there's another trend that seems to be happening. beyonce sported them first. they're grills. you know, the grills -- >> this i do not understand. someone explain this to me. >> it's metal stuff in your mouth. >> yeah. >> beyonce posted bangs, bang grills. >> vampire grills. >> and they had diamonds on them. so they were very stylish. yesterday rihanna said i can do one better than that. so she posted two ak-47s -- well, maybe just one. the top grill you can see. and she has a tattoo of the same thing on the side of her body. >> i just don't find that attractive at all. >> not at all. >> what
's the main thing you guys fight about. >> i find it easier to get mad at him now that be i used to. i used to be a much nicer human being. now i just go -- >> what are the main things you guys fight about? >> let me think about that for a moment. >> while you are thinking, we took to the streets to find out what couples -- >> i'm going to think about it while we watch this. >> time to get down and dirty here. >> doesn't listen ever. >> she never wants to make a decision and i always want to make her make one. >> the pressure to conform to, say, a new diet, that you might get interested in, like the juicing diet right now. he puts pressure on me to say it's the best thing for me as well as him. >> well, it is. >> he eats all the groceries in about two days time when they are supposed to last a week. >> that's true. she's not lying. >> what annoys me the most about my boyfriend is when we share a bed he spreads out like a starfish and almost pushes me out sometimes. >> that could be annoying. i guess it's the kids. >> it's probably the main -- >> we don't fight a lot. and when we do it can b
. president obama set to meet with his top team today to figure out what the u.s. should do when it comes to the crisis in syria. as two navy destroyers remain in the region in case they're needed. is the u.s. preparing a strike? >>> and no baby, a giant panda is a proud new mom today giving birth to her third cub. the eyes of the world watching their every move. we'll go live to the zoo to see how everyone's doing. today's saturday, august 24th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with lester holt and erica hill. live from rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "today" on a saturday morning, i'm lester holt. >> and i'm erica hill. tom, of course, with us because jenna is on maternity leave and is now officially a mom. >> she tweeted out about half an hour ago. said, survived first night home with harper, but just barely. she's got pipes. >> as a parent, jenna, i can tell you the crying will stop after about a week. trust me on that. everything will be fine. >> right? and it's not fair how the babies sleep for the first few days and you think piece of cake
there is very little doubt about that. is the u.s. about to make a military move? we're live in washington and on the syrian border. >>> bait and switch, donald trump hit with a $40 million lawsuit accused of using his for profit university to defraud students. this morning trump defends himself live. >>> and wild night, justin timberlake reunites with 'nsync at the mtv video music awards. [ music playing ] >>> but it is the performance by miley cyrus catching everyone off guard today. monday, august 26th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is today with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning, everyone. welcome to today on a monday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm carl quintanilla. mike bettes has the morning off. did you stay up to watch the vmas? >> no. i never felt so old in my life. >> miley, wow. >> wow. we'll have a lot more of that including the reaction from inside the hall. a lot of people couldn't believe that shall we say, dramatic performance. >> also ahead, a dramatic 911 call from a 12-year-old boy who was ho
to lawmakers to make its case for military intervention. but will the u.s. have to go it alone? we're live on the syrian border and in washington. >>> going up. a dramatic spike in gas prices over the last 48 hours. the largest jump of the summer, just as millions of drivers get ready for the big holiday weekend. >>> and two lost kittens bring an entire new york city subway line to a standstill. the rescue mission that kept commuters on hold, friday, august 30th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm tamron hall along side al roker and willie geist. savannah has the morning off. a big concert as well. >> big crowd on the plaza. we'll get to that in our 8:30 half hour. chris brown out there. we look forward to that. but we have a lot to get to this morning. we want to start with the breaking news in syria. richard engle is joining us now from turkey near the syrian border. richard, what can you tell us? >> repo
exactly what happened. erica? >> joe fryer for us this morning, thanks. >>> this is obviously a huge relief for law enforcement who have been looking across the west for hannah hoping they would be able to bring her home alive, and now that's reality. andrea dierden is with the sheriff's office. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> what can you tell us, first of all, about how the manis hunt ended and just how the rescue itself went down? >> it was a very challenging rescue that began on saturday afternoon and what happened is that they were spotted, the pair that was believed to be hannah and dimaggio were spotted from the air by those law enforcement teams. they saw them on the grod but could not get close enough safely to the pair, so they had to land about two and a half-hour hike away. they sent two teams in by air, landed those teams on the ground as safely as possible and then those teams, those tactical teams did move closer to the camp. took about two and a half hours to the camp and surround the area so that they could have good advivisuals what was going. as soon as th
to us on facebook and let us know if there's anything you've ever done that you just, oh, my god. >> have you? >> of course. >> i can't remember -- >> you know what's more fun than anything? >> what? >> one ton of fat. >> 15 tons. >> 15 ton ball of congealed -- love that word, congealed fat has been removed from a london sewer. >> this is weird. this is what it looks like. just so you know, you know when you pour grease or something down the sink because you're too lazy to put it in a can in the garbage? >> yes. >> in london, all of this congealed together, everyone's dumping of grease, and it turned into a big blob the size of a double decker bus. they've dubbed it the fatburg. it's blobby and oozy and it reminded us, thank you, howie, it reminded us of the blob. remember? >> that's the first horror movie i ever saw. >> 1958, look. ♪ >> every one of you watching this screen, look out, because soon, very soon, the most horrifying monster menace ever conceived will be oozing into this theater. >> i want to see it. >> "the blob." >> where is it? >> come under the door, it would c
with us. >>> good morning. breaking news. >>> good morning. breaking news. nbc's richard engle will have the latest in a live report. >>> searching for a motive. new details on the 20-year-old suspect that opened fire with an assault rifle inside an elementary school near atlanta. parents across the country wonder how it happened again. we'll talk to a man that lost his son in newtown. >>> airborne. a woman catches the moment a pickup truck crosses the median and goes across the highway. incredibly, that driver is expected to make a full recovery today, wednesday, august 21st, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning everyone. welcome to today on a wednesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i am carl along with al roebgroebg and nationally morales. matt has the morning off. >> good to see you carl. we are going to start with syria this morning. pretty disturbing reports coming out of that country. richard engle is there. i know you have been talking to representatives from the reb
happy you're here with us today. >> we certainly are. >> al and i almost didn't make it today. al. first time ever, slept through. he didn't get up. >> he he set his alarm, he set his phone for his alarm. he said he must have gotten up and actually turned it off. usually on those iphones when you hit stop it comes back on. it is like a snooze alarm. >> don't confuse me. >> any way, he missed "wake up with al." >> al missed his show, "wake up with al." >> because al was sleeping. but he made it in for the "today" show and you're here. >> don't ask me about last night because i don't remember it. >> that's the way we like it. >> but you know who is going to remember last night? >> a-rod. >> alex rodriguez. >> okay. a-rod, as you guys know and we told you yesterday, that he was going to get suspended by major league baseball and he was going to quickly appeal so he was going to be able to play last night. again he loses i think almost $40 million -- >> $34 million or something -- >> when you make that much money, who cares how much it is. but it is a lot. anyway, he stepped out on to the fi
of greater cleveland, and i think they will have significant say to what the future use of the property will be after a long collaborative community process. think of the world trade center when it came down in new york, the long conversation that occurred, and we are hoping it won't take that long, but we are hopeful and anticipating something grand to happen here in this space. >> an important morning in that neighborhood in cleveland. city councilman, thank you very much for your time. >> thank you, matt. savannah >>> we have breaking news from the white house this morning. the president is canceling plans to meet with vladimir putin next month amid growing tension between the u.s. relations. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. it's a slap in the face, and the white house announcing in the last hour the u.s. president will not travel as planned to moscow where he was supposed to meet one-on-one with vladimir putin, and the new tensions exist over nsa leaker, edward snowden, and the white house now saying the president will instead travel to sweden, and last
a fantastic weekend. it's fun day monday, august 12th. so happy you're here with us. >> this is the beginning of a huge celebration. these -- >> not for me. >> these balloons represent -- >> are the beginning of your -- we're doing a week-long celebration. >> why? yours was one day. >> you are turning 60. >> no! i refuse. refuse. >> not today. but it's coming up. >> why are we rushing this? >> because every day of the week -- >> i have five more days. >> there's your countdown. >> look here. look closely at your cartoon. >> i can't see that far. i'm almost 60. >> the breasts -- the breasts and the arms -- >> watch as it gradually progresses throughout the course of the week. >> digresses. >> how are you feeling on your birthday week? >> not good. i heard over the weekend that eydie gorme would have been 85 this august 15th. beautiful, beautiful lady. that's her husband of 65 years, steve lawrence. i adore those two. and steve is -- steve still looks the same. it's unbelievable. he's one of the funniest people on the planet. but, you know, you start to moan and groan about your birthday and th
the show. >> my fellow americans -- >>> and he's celebrating his newfound wealth and fame with us today, wednesday, august 14th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning. welcome to "today" at 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on this wednesday. i'm matt lauer. >> morning everyone i'm savannah guthrie along side al roker and natalie morales. a lot happening in the news today. >> a lot of breaking news overnight including an intense bank. more on that story in a few minutes. >> first, right to that deadly cargo plane crash in alabama. tom costello is at reagan international airport. tom, good morning. what is the latest? >> reporter: good morning. this happened at about 6:00 a.m. eastern time, 5:00 a.m. central time this morning. this was u.p.s. cargo flight 1354 coming into birmingham, alabama, from louisville, kentucky, where ups's base is with a major cargo operation. the plane never made it to the runway, coming in and crashing in a field just short of the airport. we're told no stru
, anderson. thank you for letting us sexually objectify you. >> that is fine. i don't mind it. i hope you don't mind i'm stroking your -- >> i don't. i'm going to give hoda a smooch her, since her birthday was last week. >> oh. >> oh, okay. and you as well. >> thank you, very zesty. >> adorable. >> yes. >> your commercial -- get back to the gym. you're late. >> by the way, you share your birthday with quite a few people. one of them is madonna. >> right. >> and now, there is steve carell. >> steve carell. >> angela bassett. >> do you know who gave me this without the zesty kraft -- >> there's a lot of calories in that -- >> oh. you, also? >> and you share the birthday with the one and only frank gifford. >> frank gifford. >> how could a day go by without us having frank gifford here? >> i hope he's here. i hope he is. [ applause ] >> hey, zesty! zesty, you better pray you look this good at 83. >> hi, sweetheart. i'm proud of you. and we have a chair for your -- thank you, sweetheart. >> by the way, also frank gifford's birthday, so we got you -- >> 82 -- >> don't go there. if i'd known i was
. in a moment. we will begin with some breaking news. the crisis in syria. >> even as the u.s. military prepares to launch missiles at syria, a group of renegade computer hackers with close ties to the syrian military rallied to the defense of syrian president bashir al assad by attacking, of all things, "the new york times" and twitter. for the second time in two weeks, "the new york times" website crashed on tuesday. a group of computer hackers called the syrian electronic army, supporters of assad, claimed responsibility. the site was down for several hours before it was restored. twitter, meanwhile, is investigating a hack on its own site. a nuisance, but no national security threat, at least not yet. >> they decided to go after financial institutions or other sectors of critical infrastructure, that would be far more concerning to the u.s. government. >> all this as the u.s. gears up for an attack of its own on the syrian military. cruise missiles will be the u.s. military's weapon of choice. four u.s. navy guided missile destroyers with up to 90 missiles each and at least one submarine are
's listen to him. >> he's the one with the beard. >> i don't use photoshop. >> i'm a model. >> it wasn't even that expensive. >> i can cook. >> he's just my friend. >> i'm not like that anymore. >> i love football. >> i wear size 2. you can't tell? >> i just have nothing to wear. >> yeah, i'm on a diet. >> i didn't get your text. >> all men are the same. >> like it's ridiculous. >> i'm not hating. >> i really don't lie that much. >> see, this is all natural. >> no, i don't have a boyfriend. >> i'm done with him. that's it. no, no. that's it. like i'm just -- i'm done. this always happens. >> i don't need a man, okay? i don't need one. i don't even want one right now at this point in my life. >> i hate drama so much. like it follows me everywhere. i don't even do anything. >> no, i really do like the gift that you got me. i'm serious. like i love it so much. >> i don't even care about looks. >> i don't want anything for my birthday. >> be ready in five minutes. >> i'll be ready in ten minutes. >> i'll be ready soon. >> just tell me the truth. i won't be mad. i promise. >> don't worry ab
police tell us that hannah was not physically injured, but she was taken to a hospital to get checked out. her father is heading from san diego to idaho, they are set to be reunited later this morning. dan, bianna. >> that will be a terrific reunion. clayton sandell covering the story every step of the way. thank you, clayton. >>> a lot of news overnight, we turn to mr. ron claiborne for a look at the headlines. >> as always. >>> in the news, benjamin netanyahu is recovering in the hospital this morning following surgery following a hernia surgery. the defense minister was in charge during the one hour he was unconscious. he is expected to be released later today. >>> more than a dozen u.s. embassies closed over terror concerns are set to reopen today in northern africa and the middle east. they were closed amid concerns of a possible al-qaeda attack. the u.s. embassy in yemen will remain closed. >>> and deadly violence in iraq, 69 people killed in car bombings in baghdad. targeting cafes and markets in the city. so far no one or no group has claimed responsibility. it comes as iraqis cel
, i picked it up in the airport, it's so great and such a page turner and the author used a lot of resources and people who he promised he wouldn't write the book until 50 years after -- >> so it's -- because there's a lot of new stuff. a lot of this is rehashed stuff and this is new. >> it's really, really juicy. >> we are going to like them more after or no? >> i do. so we'll see. >> oh, good. >> this, by the way is for you. >> oh, it is? >>> coming up, an entire week of ambush makeovers in honor of kathie lee's birthday. >> oh. two women from the plaza who are older than i am spectacular, not as spectacular as i am, but -- no, i'm kidding. they'll be treated to gorgeous new looks. >>> from a huge celebrity bash to a celebrity health scare and big movies, all the scoop you'll need to know you missed this weekend. >>> and a great surfer has a wonderful book. we'll be right back with all that. ♪ >>> time for "today's buzz" and all the hollywood gossip you might have missed over the weekend. >> from jennifer aniston's blow-out bash. one of our all-time favorite guys, tim stack.
miles west of palm springs. >>> meteorologist christina loren is keeping her eye on this for us. thanks for being with us. we'll be back at 7:26. >>> good morning. breaking news. we are live on the frontlines. >>> jackpot. three winning powerball tickets sold for that massive $448 million drawing. if you'rwaking up in new jersey and minnesota, get ready to check those numbers. and moment of impact. a high-speed collision between a tractor-trailer and a bus filled with passengers. the crash sending the driver flying out the side window. how everyone on that bus survived today, thursday, august 8, 2013. >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >>> i'm matt lauer with natalie morales and al roker. i've seen that video. about ten times of the bus crash. i keep trying to see if they're wearing seatbelts. there are seatbelts in the seats. the driver of the bus. >> unbelievable. >> the seatbelt broke or whatever. to see someone thrown out of a window like that. >> sucked out
update. we appreciate you starting our friday with us. >> we always do. great to have you along. have a great day. enjoy your weekend, we'll see you monday. >> and at 11:00. >>> good morning. breaking overnight. deadly flash flooding across the midwest leads to evacuations and dramatic rescues. in california, the massive wildfire grows bigger threatening hundreds of homes. >>> new this morning, the expanded search for 16-year-old hanna anderson, and he could be armed with explosives, as her father speaks out to us in a new interview. >>> high anxiety. the contact that had me free fallon today, friday, august 9th, 2013. >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> go ahead, and have your fun. good morning, everybody. i am savannah guthrie. >> i am willie geist along with al roker, and natalie morales. what is going on here? >> what i refer to as pie-gate, and you know it's quite irritating to eyes, and my eyes are as red as can be, and willie says he doesn't feel sorry for me. >> well, now that you mention i
, did you use performance enhancing drugs as part of the biogenesis scandal. there really were only two acceptable answers. no or yes, and i'm deeply sorry. that's not what we heard from a-rod. >> i would like to know how many times he used the word process last night, and he had a perfect chance to say i'm an innocent man, they fabricated the case against me, but his problem with saying this fabricated this case is how come a dozen guys took the penalty and basically said baseball is telling the truth about us but they're only lying about alex rodriguez. it's kind of a preposterous version of things. >> actually, this is kind of revealing. this is part of the statement from his attorney david cornwell, it says, it is regrettable that the commissioner's office has taken this unprecedented action. major league baseball has gone well beyond the authority granted to its joint drug agreement and the basic agreement. consequently, we will appeal the discipline and pursue all legal remedies available to alex. even the lawyer is not saying we disagree with the charges, we dispute the allegatio
the day off. he works eight days a week. we gave him one morning to rest. >> lester, don't get used to it. we are glad to have you hear. >> are you saying he's up watching? >> i saw him at the elevator saying i was just sending you an e-mail. i said enjoy sleeping in. he said no, no, no, i get up early. i'll be watching. >> good morning, lester. the video of cars being swept away is stunning. they have been getting a lot of rain there. not just in colorado but many states across the country. >> we are going have the full forecast for you in a moment. >>> we are talking about president obama who is heading off for vacation. on friday, he announced the government will be taking a closer look at a surveilness program and whether american rights are being protected. some talked about whether it may be a victory for edward snowden. >>> a new book about the relationship between jfk and jackie kennedy. the story how jfk may have had a premonition about his own death before it happened. >>> could your posts on facebook be driving a wedge between you and your friends? there's a thing called oversh
us first of all about how the manhunt ended and how the rescue itself went down? >> it was really a very challenging rescue. it began on saturday afternoon. and what happened is they were spotted, the pair believed to be hannah and dimaggio, were spotted from the air by those law enforcement teams that were flying overhead. they saw them on the ground and could not get close enough safely to the pair, so they had to land about a two and a half hour hike away. they sent two teams in by air, landed those teams on the ground as safely as possible and then those tactical teams did move closer to the camp. took about two and a half hours to get to the camp and surround that area so that they could have good visuals of what was going on. and as soon as they were able to see that hannah was separate from dimaggio, then that's when they moved in and rescued her. >> what happened in the woods that led the fbi agent to shoot and kill dimaggio? >> none of that information is being released right now. that is exactly what the shooting review team is on its way here to determine. they will int
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